WHO MADE THEIR OWN RC VEHICLE STAND?

Harold Bascom

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DID YOU MAKE YOUR OWN RC STAND?

I made mine from a rotating "Wilton Trim-N-Turn Cake Decorating Turn Table - Decorating Stand," which I picked up from Amazon.

I glued it atop an upturned plastic pan as a base. In a couple of the pictures, it rests on a swiveling stool with the padded seat removed. In another, it rests on a table in my rc work space in my garage.

The good thing about the rotating Wilton stand is that it has a convenient locking mechanism that stops it from rotating.

Give yourself a 'thumbs-up' for your rc innovations. PEACE!

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Phill2

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Yeppoon QLD Aus
DID YOU MAKE YOUR OWN RC STAND?

I made mine from a rotating "Wilton Trim-N-Turn Cake Decorating Turn Table - Decorating Stand," which I picked up from Amazon.

I glued it atop an upturned plastic pan as a base. In a couple of the pictures, it rests on a swiveling stool with the padded seat removed. In another, it rests on a table in my rc work space in my garage.

The good thing about the rotating Wilton stand is that it has a convenient locking mechanism that stops it from rotating.

Give yourself a 'thumbs-up' for your rc innovations. PEACE!

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I use a bar stool.
Height adjustable and rotates 360.
Very handy at Jack o'clock.
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